PHOTO: The home was previously listed for $14.995 million in October. NBCU PHOTO BANK VIA GETTY IMAGES
The home, whose former owners include Barry Manilow and ex-hockey star Alexander Mogilny, is now on the market for $13.995 million
“Get the Party Started” singer Pink put her coastal California mansion back on the market Wednesday for $13.995 million, a little less than a year after purchasing the Malibu property for $13.7 million, property records show.
The pop star and her husband, former motocross competitor Carey Hart, first purchased the five-bedroom, 4,320-square-foot waterfront property through an LLC in June 2021, according to records. The property was then put on the market asking $14.995 million in October, before being removed in December.
The property’s previous owners include singer Barry Manilow, who sold the home for $5.5 million to former National Hockey League star Alexander Mogilny and his ex-wife, Natalia, in 2012, according to records. The pair later sold the property for $8.7 million in 2020.
The home was remodeled prior to Pink’s purchase, and includes “sweeping ocean views from Santa Monica and Palos Verdes to Catalina and Point Dume,” according to the listing, which is represented by Lily Harfouche of Compass. Ms. Harfouche did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
The primary suite includes two walk-in closets, a fireplace, and panoramic views, with a primary bathroom that features a soaking tub overlooking the ocean. The majority of the home’s bedrooms and entertaining areas are designed to showcase its waterfront views, and the property also features a deck overlooking the ocean, as well as an outdoor entertaining area with a built-in barbecue and spa.
A separate one-bedroom guest house with ocean views of its own is also located on the property.
Pink, whose full name is Alecia Beth Moore, has sold more than 135 million records worldwide, according to Billboard, and has earned numerous accolades including three Grammy Awards and seven MTV Video Music Awards. Representatives for Pink did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
Dirt first reported the listing.
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